Time to collect for Bill: Clinical trial for Gates-funded microneedle vaccine patch deemed "successful" (www.naturalnews.com)

 The first-ever clinical trial on an injection-free microarray vaccine for children has just concluded. And those involved say it was “successful” at vaccinating kids as young as nine for both measles and rubella, using a small “patch” rather than a needle.

With funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta-based Micron Biomedical tested the new vaccine patch technology on children in Gambia. The microneedle patch, which looks like a Band-Aid, was applied to the kids’ bodies by simply pressing it onto the skin, penetrating the upper layer of their skin.

A study on the test was presented at the recent Microneedles 2023 conference in Seattle. The paper looked at the safety, immunogenicity and acceptability of a combination measles-rubella (MR) version of the vaccine from the Serum Institute of India.

According to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, of which the Gates Foundation is a founding member, these microneedle patches are “the future of vaccination, where these lifesaving interventions are delivered painlessly, without the need for syringes or perhaps even trained medical professionals.”


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